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166. Combat Zone, The: The former "red light" district between Downtown Crossing and Chinatown.  
167. Beacon Hill: One of the most affluent and historic residential neighborhoods in the city; located just north of Boston Commons.  
168. Rat, The: Short for the Rathskeller, a legendary underground (in both senses of the word) music venue in Kenmore square, esta...  
169. Tonic: Tonic is the common generic term in Boston for soft drink.  
170. Southie: This refers to a person from South Boston. Many Southies are generally Irish in ethnicity. They have the stereoty...  
171. Cambridge: An area across the Charles River, best known for its two premier learning institutions, Harvard and MIT.  
172. Sox: Nickname for the Boston Red Sox, Boston's professional baseball team.  
173. So don't I: A negative-positive form of "So do I."  
174. Legal Seafood: The best place to eat seafood in Boston; or the safest at least, since the restaurant not only prides itself on the...  
175. Newberry Comics: The original Newbury Comics still stands on Newbury Street in Boston and remains a great place to poke around for c...  
176. Science Museum, The: Common reference to the Boston Museum of Science, a hub of research,education, and invention, but most importantly,...  
177. Boston Baked Beans: Boston is famous for its baked beans; here, they are made with molasses and onions, and seasoned with salt pork or ...  
178. Boston Clam Chowder: The traditional Boston chowder is generally a very rich, cream-based variety made with clams (of course) and potato...  
179. Boston Underground, The: An independent newspaper focused on activism, investigative journalism, and social justice.  
180. Freedom Trail: A walking 'tour' marked by red bricks leading through downtown Boston and sixteen major historical landmarks.  
 
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